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Harvesters Resource Centre is committed to being a positive influence in the local and wider community through a number of community support and social action programmes. To transform lives and fulfil destinies, we intend to engage with the community as a whole i.e. children, young people, adults, the elderly and the vulnerable (the ill, incarcerated, disadvantage and disable).

Our versatile multi-disciplinary team as well as strategic partnerships with key statutory and voluntary organisations and agencies enable us to provide a wide-spread of services right across the spectrum of the community.
 

The variety of social and community based initiatives and facilities which we will be developing over time reflect our goal and objectives. Those very initiatives and facilities are discussed in this document. Promoting Healthy

 

Lifestyles- We aim to promote better overall health, combat obesity and encourage healthy lifestyle practices in certain groups of the society at the lower end of the socio-economic scale, as government initiatives do not appear to be reaching the said groups. Harvesters Resource Centre is determined to reach those regarded as “less fortunate” within the community.
 

This will be provided via exercise and fitness classes, non-invasive health checks (including blood pressure monitoring and body mass index assessment), and complementary health service and health advice sessions on diet, nutrition, sexual health, and sexually transmitted diseases.  

 

Family and community – We are committed to building up and strengthening families. So, adults within the community will have access to our support services and facilities as and when their needs arise. This will include, outreaches to the homeless, the ill, the incarcerated, the elderly and disabled. Other services we aim to provide are person-centred counselling services, mentoring initiatives, and individual, family and group support sessions, complementary health advice and service fitness sessions amongst others.


Education- Harvesters Resource Centre intends to organise periodic seminars on a variety of topics (covering areas like relationships, fiancés, career development, parenting etc) and provide avenues for networking and socialisation as well as going some way to eased boredom and loneliness, reduce underachievement and other psycho-social issues.


We believe every individual is special and unique, therefore it is our desire to see people bloom and become all they are capable of becoming.
Equally central to our commitment to provide services within the community is our range of children, youth and business services, as detailed in this document.

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